The CHBA BC Code of Conduct sets out the expected standard of behaviour, mutual respect and responsibilities required of all participants, including instructors, in our education and training course and certificate programs. For both online and in-person courses, this Code of Conduct must be upheld, and failure to fulfill these responsibilities may result in immediate removal from CHBA BC programming.

All participants, including instructors, are expected to conduct themselves in a manner that contributes positively to an environment in which respect, civility, diversity, opportunity and inclusiveness are valued. 

The Code of Conduct applies to any participant enrolled in, and instructors of, an education or training course, and/or certificate program, offered by CHBA BC. Participants are responsible for reading, understanding and abiding by the Code. 

Prohibited conduct under the Code includes, but is not limited to:
  • Assaulting, harassing, intimidating, or threatening another individual or group
  • Endangering the health or safety of others
  • Stealing, misusing, destroying, defacing or damaging CHBA BC property or property belonging to someone else
  • Supplying false information to CHBA BC or forging, altering or misusing any documents or records
  • Encouraging, aiding, or conspiring in any prohibited conduct
  • Failing to comply with a disciplinary measure or disciplinary measures imposed under the procedures of this Code
Disciplinary measures that may be imposed under the Code include, but are not limited to:
  • Written warning or reprimand
  • Issuance of an apology, made publicly or privately
  • Restriction or prohibition of access to CHBA BC courses or programs
  • Loss of fees